The Great Northern Popcorn 8 oz Lincoln Antique Popcorn Machine makes a great home addition to movie lovers. This popcorn machine enhances your home-theater experience.
This popcorn machine is made from metal, which makes it sturdy and durable. It comes in an elegant black finish that makes it look stylish. The tempered glass panels ensure safety and add to the machine’s aesthetic appeal. It has a storage compartment in the base that makes it easy to store supplies. The popcorn machine has a removable steel kettle with a weight capacity of 8 oz. This popcorn machine comes equipped with a built-in warming deck that keeps the popcorn hot for a long time. It has a kernel tray that easily separates unpopped kernels from the cooked popcorn. This ensures your guests get tasty and crunchy popcorn.
The 8 oz Lincoln Antique Popcorn Machine by Great Northern Popcorn is a convenient machine that allows you to make crunchy popcorn at home. The ETL certification ensures this popcorn machine meets the necessary industry standards that make it safe to use. The popcorn machine can be easily wiped clean with a paper towel. This ensures easy maintenance and keeps it looking good for a long time.
- Switches include: Spot light warmer, stirrer and pot heater
- Kernel/oil scoop and popcorn scoop included
- Popcorn machine
- Easy cleaning stainless steel kettles
- Heated warming decks
- Old-maid drawers (for un-popped kernels)
- With the antique style design
- Warming Deck to keep the popcorn warm and fresh
- Three switch design
- Makes roughly three gallons of popcorn per batch
- Can be cleaned with water
- Heavy duty
- Reject kernel tray
- Heated warming deck
- Powder coated steel and stainless steel construction
- Black finish
- Tempered glass side and back panels
- Operates at 50/60 Hz
- 860 Watt
- Product Type: Theater style machine
- Bags/Buckets Included: Yes
- Built In Stirring System: Yes
- Cooked Popcorn Capacity: 384 Ounces
- Product Warranty: 5 years for parts / 30 days for kettles and bulbs
15 Issues of Wine Spectator
Included with purchase ($10 value).
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